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Quick facts

  • Population - 5,785,864
  • Capital - Copenhagen
  • Language - Danish
  • GDP - $59,314 [per capita]
  • Currency - Danish krone (DKK)

Why Denmark?

An academic tradition combining excellence with an innovative culture for both teaching and research; a typical class consisting of lectures as well as discussions in small groups; internationally oriented wide variety of programmes (that too in English); an open minded population with global outlook; institutions of higher education collaborating with business life and research institutions -- all this and much more creates an enriching learning environment. And that makes studies in Denmark a truly world class experience.

Higher Education in Denmark

When they are old enough for college, every Dane is entitled to free tuition, thanks to their excellent educational system. They encourage freedom of choice. Whether they choose to study Gymnasium (academic upper secondary education), Higher Preparatory Education (one year shorter than Gymnasium), HTX (Higher Technical Education Program with emphasis on Mathematics and Engineering), HHX (Higher Commercial Examination Program with emphasis on trade and business), or vocational education that puts emphasis on learning a trade by apprenticeship and training, every student is encouraged to “think for themselves.” Innovation and creativity are prized qualities in the system.

Denmark has eight universities. The largest is the University of Copenhagen which was founded in 1479. It’s also ranked #39 in the QS Top Universities’ “Best Student Cities” this year. Other prominent universities include the Aarhus University, and the University of Southern Denmark which is located in Odense, the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen.


Higher Education in Denmark is free for EU/EEA students while non-EU/EEA students have to pay tuition fee of around 6,000 to 16,000 Euros. To attract excellent non-EU/EEA students, the Danish Government and Institutions provide a number of scholarships for international students for study in Denmark. The government scholarship consists of two parts and can be given as full or partial tuition fee waivers and/or grants towards covering your living costs. The number of scholarships to be given vary depending on the institution of choice.
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